|Project by Armand||posted 08-21-2011 12:29 PM||2080 views||6 times favorited||17 comments|
Narra or Philippine mahogany is one of the most popular wood specie mosty used for furnitures here in our country, mainly due to its durability and nice wood grain pattern. Here i’m trying this wood on the main body of my 3rd box in LJ. The top is joint left-over woods stained with dark walnut. Finished with several coats of sanding sealer and top coated with mixture of 3 parts clear gloss lacquer and 1 part dead flat lacquer to achieve satin finish. I temporarily lined it with felt paper since i can not find the suede cloth in the nearby fabric stores.
The box design is very familiar here in LJ.
Thanks for viewing.
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